Extreme cold in the United States, shooting in Paris, war in Ukraine, Christmas party, and resumption of the national football championship after the World Cup in Qatar….

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Thanks to the press agencies, always on the front line to cover major events, and to the journalists of the editorial staff of "20 Minutes", from Lille to Marseille, via Bordeaux and Strasbourg, here is another look, in images, on the information for the last 24 hours.

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  • Three people of Kurdish origin, two men and a woman, were shot dead and three others injured on Friday in Paris by a man who said he acted because he was "racist", a motive retained in the investigation. by the Paris prosecutor's office.

  • A man opened fire several times on Friday shortly before noon, rue d'Enghien, in a lively district of the 10th arrondissement of the capital, near the Kurdish cultural center Ahmet Kaya.

    He was arrested by the police after being subdued by several people in a nearby hair salon, then taken into custody.

    The alleged shooter is a 69-year-old man, a retired train driver of French nationality, domiciled in Paris, detailed the Paris prosecutor's office.

  • Eleven people were arrested during clashes with the police on the sidelines of the demonstration in Paris in tribute to the three Kurds killed the day before near a Kurdish cultural center in the capital.

    Around 1:00 p.m., an hour after the start of the rally in Place de la République, clashes began on Boulevard du Temple, a hundred meters away.

    It all started with a "provocation" committed by the driver of a van.

    At least four cars were overturned, including at least one set on fire, and garbage cans burned.

  • Several hundred people gathered on Monday at midday rue d'Enghien, in the 10th arrondissement of Paris, for a march in tribute to the three Kurds shot dead on Friday near a Kurdish cultural center.

    The procession set off around 12:30 p.m. towards rue La Fayette, in the same district of the capital, where three activists from the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) were killed on January 9, 2013 in Paris.

  • Western New York, accustomed to cold and storms, has been buried under meters of snow, suffering from polar temperatures since last week.

  • The extreme cold that has hit the United States for several days should begin to ease on Tuesday in the East and Midwest of the country, after the "blizzard of the century" which killed at least 49 people, including 27 in a single county in New York State, and caused transportation chaos.

  • The Taliban on Saturday ordered local and foreign NGOs to stop working with women in Afghanistan after 'serious complaints' about their way of dressing, four days after a university ban was imposed for the same reasons .

    Two new NGOs, Christian Aid and ActionAid, announced on Monday that they would suspend their activities in Afghanistan after the Taliban banned women's work in humanitarian work, bringing to six the number of organizations having made such an announcement.

  • Ukraine on Saturday denounced an act of "terror" and "revenge" after a Russian strike on the Kherson market that left at least 10 dead and 55 injured, ten months to the day after the start of the invasion of troops from Moscow.

    “As families in Europe, North America and beyond prepare festive dinners, spare a thought for Ukraine which is fighting evil right now,” Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kouleba implored on Twitter.

  • Pope Francis called on Sunday to “silence the guns” in Ukraine, in the grip of a “senseless war”, during his traditional Christmas message to the Vatican in which he again spoke of the raging “third world war”. in numerous countries.

    He also urged not to use food "as a weapon", in particular with reference to the conflicts affecting the Horn of Africa.

  • Keen swimmers have swapped their Christmas outfits for swimsuits for the traditional Christmas swim in Porthcawl, South Wales.

  • Cold shower for the Greens!

    Saint-Etienne continued his way of the cross by losing 2 to 1 on the lawn of FC Annecy on Monday for the resumption of the French Ligue 2 championship, after the truce of the World Cup.

    The club remains stuck in 20th and last place.

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  • Soccer

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  • Ile-de-France

  • Weather report

  • Christmas

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